The Fitbit Force is an activity tracker that monitors your steps, distance traveled, calories burned, and active minutes. It also has a sleep monitoring feature to track how long you sleep and the quality of your rest when you’re asleep. The Force measures physical activity using 3 tracking technologies: an altimeter, which detects changes in elevation; an accelerometer, which senses motion; and a galvanic skin response sensor (also called GSR), which senses sweat on your skin.
User manual for the Force
Manuals are the best way of learning about your new Fitbit Force. This manual will provide a detailed overview of all the functions available on your Fitbit Force and how to use them. It’ll also help you get started with your fitness tracker as well as offer tips for it’s maintenance.
The Fitbit Force comes with a wireless dongle that plugs into a USB port on your laptop or desktop computer (PC or Mac). This dongle establishes a wireless connection between the Force and your computer — all you have to do comes within 20 feet of the computer and the Force will start syncing data automatically.